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With tens of thousands of subscribers and millions of viewers and listeners across the nation and around the globe, the Heifetz Institute sets the industry standard for high-quality audio and video productions of music performance, both in the concert hall and in the virtual realm.

From the Shenandoah to the World…

From short-form Instagram Takeovers to full-length livestreamed concerts – as well as music videos, concert showpieces, chamber-works, interviews, and features, Heifetz productions featuring performances and commentary by our top-flight students, faculty and alumni are available year-round in the archives below. Check out our content across all social channels and in collaborations with The Violin Channel, Performance Today, and Virginia public-media outlets WMRA, WVTF, and VPM.

Video of the Week

Video of the Week: A Bass Exploration from Corelli to Daft Punk

Faculty bassist Sam Suggs offers a mesmerizing solo performance ranging from Corelli to Daft Punk at a 2021 Heifetz Hootenanny.

Remembering Carmen Balthrop (1948 – 2021)

We remember soprano Carmen Balthrop, a longtime Heifetz Institute teacher and inspirational force, with a performance she gave of the serene “Ave Maria” by Gounod.

Video of the Week: Remembering 9.11: Thoughts & Aftershocks in a Solitary Voice

Nahar Eliaz performs Ayala Asherov’s “Yizkor (Remember),” a solo cello piece written in remembrance of 9/11.

Video of the Week: Alumni Connection

Cellist Tommy Mesa returned to the summer Institute in 2021 to introduce and perform a new composition, SEVEN, by fellow Heifetz alum Andrea Casarrubios.

Video of the Week: Spins and Spells from a Staunton Gallery

Heifetz Ensemble In Residence [HEIR] cellist Coleman Itzkoff performs “Spins and Spells,” captured against the backdrop of the Staunton Augusta Art Center gallery.

Video of the Week: A New Rhapsody

Heifetz Ensemble In Residence [HEIR] violinist Noelle Naito performs the solo Rhapsody No. 1 by the contemporary composer Jessie Montgomery, which “draws effortlessly on wildly varying registers and influences.”

Video of the Week: A Marvelous Mozart to Introduce our 2021 Summer Season

Violinist Angela (Sin Ying) Chan and pianist Beilin Han perform the opening movement of the Violin Concerto No. 5 (“Turkish”) by Mozart.

Video of the Week: Love, Jokes & Humor: Chad Hoopes Plays Fritz Kreisler

Chad Hoopes performs two of the most well known works by Fritz Kreisler, and shares his thoughts on the character of the music by the master violinist and composer.

Video of the Week: Moving Pictures

Artist Lyndi Angermeier’s paintings provide the perfect backdrop to Julia Angelov’s performance of by Eugène Ysaÿe’s Sonata No. 3 in D minor, “Ballade” at Staunton-Augusta Arts Center

Video of the Week: Celebrating The Thaw, with Dvořák

“This is one of the most joyful pieces of Dvořák to me… In this piece I hear the joy of the first thaw. That we can start moving again and life starts blossoming.“ – Bassist Sam Suggs

Chock Full o’ Bach – Your Weekly Bach Break

Intensive study and performance of Bach’s music has always occupied a central role in the lives of our Heifetz students. Join us every Sunday morning at 9am on our website, YouTube, Facebook and Instagram channels, or catch up on the archives below as we continue to share this timeless music.

The Beethoven Experience

A landmark musical and educational adventure with the Borromeo Quartet marking the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven’s birth, built around an exploration of all sixteen of his string quartets investigating the intersection between Beethoven and the intellectual, political, and artistic currents of his time….and ours!

Rubato: The Virtual Concert Hall

Full length concerts from our Virtual 2020 season, featuring brand-new student and alumni performances produced through a sophisticated collaborative multi-track recording process developed by our production and artistic staff.

Celebrity Series

Concert performances spanning the years from the archives featuring the outstanding faculty of the Heifetz International Music Institute, including some of the biggest names in the concert music world, with occasional guest student performances.